This provocative reality series explores non-monogamous, committed relationships that involve more than two people.Characters grapple with the emotional and sexual drama of sharing their hearts, as well as their beds. He is not a very romantic person — more of the sardonic, raised-eyebrow type, which is why he is my best friend and I'm glad I married him. Person-with-whom-I-sleep-with-and-share-common-interests. "I like lover; it's very French." My husband mimes gagging behind his coffee cup, but I ignore him.Sarah says: 'Once you take away the monogamous expectations, all the little these little problems that dissolve marriages [go away]'Founder and CEO Brandon Wade, 44, from Las Vegas, Nevada, told Mail Online that his new website is 'an answer to cheating' because it encourages those who are wary of monogamy to enter open relationships.
Polyamory, meaning "many loves," can be defined as the practice of having or pursuing multiple romantic relationships with the knowledge and consent of all involved.
"Do you think I'm the kind of person who can pull off saying the word 'lover'? I'm not terribly sentimental either, and we are perfectly matched in that we are more likely to play practical jokes on each other than stare into the other's eyes.
" I ask my husband over coffee one Thursday morning a few weeks ago. But since deciding to pursue relationships outside our marriage, I'm also craving a little drama — something foreign, sexy, passionate, and intense.
But now that I practice poly – you know, everything is supposed to be above board and totally honest.
However, I can’t help but wonder if it really is so bad to be someone’s mistress, in certain circumstances. I don’t meet available guys very often, and have never been attracted to anyone at my local poly group’s gatherings.